Peecho releases new cloud print button

For over a year, the Peechocloud print button has been the simplest way to sell digitalpublications as professionally printed products, straight from your ownwebsite. Now, we are taking our free service to the next level with aneven more intelligent cloud print button and a completely revampedcheckout experience. Creating revenue from your digital content hasnever been… Continue reading Peecho releases new cloud print button

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Logging the cloud with SimpleDB

In aprevious article, our chief architect MarcelPanse talked you through minimizing downtime on Amazon AWS. Weshowed how to deploy an application to a bunch of servers without usingSSH or Windows Remote Desktop. This awesome approach saves us lots oftime and money, but there might be another area we have yet to exploreand optimize. Dude, where… Continue reading Logging the cloud with SimpleDB

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Minimizing downtime on Amazon AWS

As we argued in anotherarticle, being fast is the secret to scalability.Automation makes you speedy. It helps ruling out as many commodity tasksas possible. So, we decided to share a few tricks about increasingyour uptime with automation.Downtime is bad. It moves your focus away from creating your awesomeproduct to the arduous task of fixing broken… Continue reading Minimizing downtime on Amazon AWS

Scalable websites with CSS3 and Javascript

The following is a little tutorial for cross-browser development of a fullyscalable HTML layout. For example, look at the currentPeecho website. If you resize the window, you will see that thewebsite resizes itself, including fonts and such – while keeping it’soverall aspect ratio intact. To put it simple: if you make thewindow smaller, the entire… Continue reading Scalable websites with CSS3 and Javascript

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Java S3 upload using Spring RestTemplate

At Peecho, we use many of the AmazonAWS services. For example, we use EC2for our virtual machines and S3for all of our storage. Because of the scalable nature of S3,theoretically, we could serve an infinite amount of users uploading files to our platform without stressing our machines or infrastructureat all. The only drawback is that connected apps… Continue reading Java S3 upload using Spring RestTemplate

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Android upload to Amazon S3

Willem Vermeer,one of our main community members, wrote this piece while strugglingwith our open source Android application. Let’s go!Programming for Android devices can be a lot of fun but every now andyou’re faced with a task which seems simple at first glance but gets you hitting a few walls before you finally find a satisfying… Continue reading Android upload to Amazon S3

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